2017 WNBA Awards
Sports Illustrated names Moore Performer of the Year
After helping Minnesota bring home a record-tying 4th title, Maya Moore has won another huge award.
Liberty’s helping hand recognized
After continuously giving back to its community, New York wins the WNBA’s Community award.
All-WNBA teams announced
The most dominant players in the league were named to first and second team this morning.
WNBA All-Rookie team named
The league has announced its All-Rookie team.
Gray skies to stardom
The WNBA has announced that Dallas Wings guard Allisha Gray has won Rookie of the Year.
MVP award announced
After an intense race for MVP, the WNBA has decided on the 2017 winner.
Fear the Beard!
Alana Beard has been named the 2017 WNBA Defensive Player of the Year.
Diana Taurasi remains undefeated (11-0) in winner-take-all games in her playoff career with Phoenix.
Rodgers snags award
This year Sugar Rodgers came off the bench for NY — she had a huge impact.
Big honor for Miller
In only his second season in the league, Curt Miller has been named Coach of the Year.
No surprises here
Jonquel Jones has been the front runner for Most Improved — today she officially won.
Advantage Sparks & Lynx?
LA and Minnesota are resting until the Semi-finals, will that advantage help again this season?